Illegally grown cocoa may be fueling climate change, destroying protected forests and threatening elephants, chimpanzees and hippos in West Africa, researchers say
NGO accuses UN of filtering reports of complaints and 'tossing them out before the matters ever reach the competent authorities from troop-contributing countries'
Women's rights activists in Lilongwe brave hot weather to protest recent spate of domestic violence
Finding announced as Kenya gears up for a re-run of the contest between President Uhuru Kenyatta and challenger Raila Odinga on Oct. 17
WeFarm, a farmers' network launched in Kenya in 2014 and more recently expanded to Uganda and Peru, allows people to ask a question by text message and receive advice from their peers
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Africa generally exports players to US but handful of American professionals have gone the other way